In Japan, Shinzo Abe Backs Down—and Loses a Big Abenomics Ally

Shinzo Abe’s third arrow needs some sharpening. The Japanese prime minister has a three-pronged plan to revive the world’s third-largest economy. Abe calls them his three arrows and he’s already fired the first two, with the government boosting spending and the Bank of Japan increasing the money supply.

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